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Education Reporter
NUMBER 240 THE NEWSPAPER OF EDUCATION RIGHTS JANUARY 2006

Comparison of NCBCPS and BLP Bible Courses
Course: Bible in History and Literature
National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools
Course: The Bible and Its Influence
The Bible Literacy Project (BLP)
Student textbook: Bible
(The course guide notes that "school districts are free to use whichever Bible translation they choose, or they may allow each student to use whichever Bible translation they choose.")
Student textbook: The Bible and Its Influence
Publisher: BLP Publishing; General editors: Cullen Schippe, Chuck Stetson; 338 pages, $67.95. Students are referred to some key Biblical texts and may use a Bible of their choice
Teacher lesson plans: The Bible in History and Literature
(a curriculum guide prepared using the King James Bible) and The Bible Reader: An Interfaith Interpretation (on CD)
Teacher lesson plans: Not currently available. Promised for late Spring 2006
Training: National Teacher Trainer will conduct training (in group format) for a school district; approximately $500 + expenses Training: A graduate level online course is advertised: $1470 for 15 weeks, 3 graduate credits; or $800 for 16 weeks for independent study
  • Teaches Bible in History and Literature
  • Teaches Bible as Literature and in History
  • Refers to Bible as: Old and New Testament
  • Refers to Bible as Hebrew Scriptures and New Testament
  • Endorsed by Dr. D. James Kennedy, David Barton, Dr. Charles Stanley, Anne Graham Lotz, Rabbi Daniel Lapin
  • Endorsed by American Jewish Congress, Anti-Defamation League, Joseph Stowell, Ted Haggard, Chuck Colson

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